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Tuesday, March 4, 2014

20 Weird, Wonderful, And Strangely Specific Museums You Have To Visit

Educational experiences served with a side of WTF.


Cancun Underwater Museum, Cancun, Mexico


Cancun Underwater Museum , Cancun, Mexico


There are interactive museums, and then there’s Cancun Underwater Museum — an art exhibit that you’ll have to strap on scuba gear to appreciate. Not one for deep-sea exploration? Shallow areas also allow for snorkeling and viewing from a glass bottom boat. Fun fact: Each of the life-size sculptures is made of pH-neutral clay to promote marine growth, which means that one day there’ll be an ecosystem of creatures enjoying the art as much as you are.


Via underwatersculpture.com


Museum of Broken Relationships, Zagreb, Croatia


Museum of Broken Relationships , Zagreb, Croatia


Ever experienced a romance for the ages, only to have it become the breakup that you’d rather time forget? The Museum of Broken Relationships feels your pain. Created by artists Olinka Vistica and Drazen Grubisic as a way to heal from their own emotional misadventures, the exhibits have expanded to include debris from relationships worldwide. That’s right — they take donations. Go ahead, leave behind a few relics of your own.


Via brokenships.com


International UFO Museum and Research Center, Roswell, New Mexico


International UFO Museum and Research Center , Roswell, New Mexico


Agent Mulder would be proud; the aliens at on display at the Roswell UFO Museum and Research Center are gray, not green. Visit and learn about the events surrounding the extraterrestrial crash in July 1947, and the attempts by the government to cover it all up. (Cue spooky theme music.) Believer or skeptic, this is the perfect place to start your research. Just remember: The truth is out there.


Via upload.wikimedia.org


Franz Kafka Museum, Prague, Czech Republic


Franz Kafka Museum , Prague, Czech Republic


Sure, any museum can simply display artifacts. But the Franz Kafka museum aims to honor the spirit behind the author’s work. Fans of his work, you can probably guess what’s in store: piles of coal, stone statues, and the “actual” “Penal Colony” torture machine. Go for the day, but be sure to explain the symbolism to your friends who didn’t major in literature.


Via commons.wikimedia.org




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